Advisories and Alerts

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The Port of Toronto welcomed:
12000 cruise ship passengers
 
36 cruise ships in 2019

Located just a short drive from the heart of downtown Toronto, the Port of Toronto has increasingly become a destination for cruise ship activity. In 2019, a record 36 passenger cruise ships carrying approximately 12,000 passengers, visited PortsToronto’s Cruise Ship Terminal.

Advisory

As a response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Government of Canada has extended the suspension of cruise vessels carrying more than 100 passengers in Canadian waters to February 2022. When the time is right, the Port of Toronto will be ready to once again welcome Great Lakes cruise ship visitors to Toronto.

Please click here to learn more. 

For information on changes to your cruise, please contact the cruise line directly.

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A Power Vessel Operator’s Permit is required to operate a powered vessel in the Port and Harbour of Toronto.

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Boaters Notice

PortsToronto is responsible for keeping the Toronto Harbour safe and navigable. See Boater’s Notices about everything from swimming in the harbour to obtaining permission for a marine event.

PortsToronto is Committed to Keeping You Informed

We want to keep you informed! Besides the website you can find us at the following places:

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